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dest dau. of Herbert Fletclier, Esq., of East Norton,
Leicestershire; h. 1905.— Greatford Hall, Stamford.

PEACOCK, Mark Beauchamp, Esq., of Spring-
field Place, Essex.
Only son of Mark Beauchamp Peacock, Esq., of
Springfield Place, who d. 1862, by Antonina Eliza, who
d. 1865, dau. of the late Anthony Parkin, Esq., of
Ashurst Lodge, Kent ; A. 1834; m. 18,'J7 Ellen, eldest
dau. of the late Frederick Besley, E.sq., and has, with
otlier issue, a son, * Mark Beauchamp, called to the
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1897 ; educated at Trinity Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1883, MA. 1886); b. 1860; m. 1912
Ella Mary Daphne, only dau. of Henry Fawcett, Esq.,
of Bruadfield. Yorkshire, and of Hove, and has a
dau., Dorothy Edith Beauchamp. Mr. Peacock was
educated at Eton and at St. John's Coll., Oxford, and
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1859. — Residence;
Belgrave House, Marine Parade, Brighton.

PEACOCK, Mrs., of Stanford Hall, Leicester-
shire.

Caroline Christine, 3rd dau. of Vaughan Hanning
Vaughan-Lee, Esq., of Dillington Park, Somerset, who
d. 1882, by Clara Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late
George Moore, Esq., of Applehy Hall, Leicestershire ;
TO. 1st 1894 Richard Henry Ratcliff, Esq., of Stanford |
Hall, a J.P. and Capt. Leicestershire, Imp. Yeo., who
d. 1902, leaving a dau., Kathleen Joan; 2ndly 1908
Horace Ogilvie Peacock, Esq., Major Territorial Force 1
Reserve, late Nottinghamshire Yeo., T.D. Mrs. Pea-
cock is Patron of 1 living. — Stanford Hall, near Lough-
borough, Leicestershire.

PEACOCK, Ralph, Esq., of Charters, Berk-
shire ; and formerly of Avon Castle,
Hamjishire.
Eldest son of Richard Peacock, Esq., J.P., M.P., of Gor-
ton Hall, Lancashire, whod. 1889, by H.annah,dau.of the
late John Henry Crowther, Esq., ofLeeds, Yorkshire ; b.
1838. Was formerly Hon. Col. 2nd E. Lancashire
Brigade R.F.A., Territorial Force, and previously
Lieut.-Col.and Hon. Col. Comm. 7th Lancashire R.G.A.
Vols.. N .D.— Charters, Ascot, Berkshire.

-fPBACOCKE, Capt. Charles Leslie, of
Belmont, co. Wexford.

Elder son of Charles Henry Peacocke, Esq., J.P., of Bel-
mont, who d. 1 91 7, by Charlotte Martha Henrietta, who
d, 1918, 2nd dau. and heiress of the late Robert Fannin,
Esq., J.P. ; b. 1867 ; m. 1891 Arnoldine Georgiana (who
m.2ndly 1905 Umfreville Percy Swinburne, Esq.),eldest
dau. of the late Thomas Arnold Marten, Esq., J. P., of
Oystermouth, Glamorganshire, and has, with other
issue, an only surviving son, * Loftus Gwyn Leslie,
Lieut. 1st Dragoon Guards ; 6.1895. Capt. Peacocke
was formerly Lieut. R.A., Capt. Reserve of Officers,
late nth Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, and temp.
Major U.G.A..— Belmont, Wexford.

PEAKB, George Herbert, Esq., of Bawtrj

Hall, and Snilesworth Lodge, Yorkshire.

Son of the late Henry Peake, Esq., of Westholnie

Sleaford, Lincolnshire, by Eliza, dau. of the late Charles

Kirk, Esq. ; b. 1859 ; m. 1895 Evelyn Mary, eldest dau.



of the late Hon. John Charles Dundas, and has had,
with other issue, Raymond (eldest son), Lieut. Cold-
stream Guards ; h. 1896, and d. of wounds received
in action 1916; and * Osbert (2nd son\ Lieut. Cold-
stream Guards ; educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst ; b. 1897. Mr. Poake, who was educated at
Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. and LL.B. 1884, M.A.
1887), and called to the Bar at Liiu'olii's inn 1887,
is a J.P. for Nottinghamshire, and for tlie W. Riding
of Yorkshire, and Major Territorial Force Reserve,
late temp. Major (previously Major) Nottinghamshire
(Sherwood Rangers) Yeo., and was Mayor of E. Retford
1904 and l^d^.—Bawtry Hall, Bawtry, Yorkshire;
Snilesworth Lodge, near Northallerton, Yorkshire;
Carlton, Junior Carlton, and Oxford and Camlmdge
Clubs, s.w. ; Yorkshire Club, York.

PEARCE, Sir William, Knt., F.C.S.— Cr.
1915.

Eldest son of William Pearce, Esq., Chemical Manu-
facturer, of Limehouse, who d. 1891, by Maria, who
d. 1892, dau. of the late Capt James Evans ; b. 1853 ;
m. 1885 Ethel Alejtandra, 2nd dau. of the late Edwin
Neame, Esq., of Harefield, Selling, Kent. Sir William
Pearce, who was educated at the School of Mines and
at the R. Coll. of Science, S. Kensington, is a J.P. for
CO. London ; a Director of William Pearce & Son
Ltd., Chemical Manufacturers, and of Spencer, Chap-
man k Messel Ltd., and Manager of the Limehouse
.Provided Schools; was a Member of tlie London C.C.
1892-1901; sat as M.P. for the Limehouse Div. of
Tower Hamlets 1906-18 and has sat for the Lime-
house Div. of Stepney since 191S.—Shepway Lodge,
WaJmer, Ktnt ; Reform Club, s.w. ; Deal and Walmer
Union Guh, Deal ; 14, Park Crescent, Portland



PEARCE, Sir Robert, Knt., F.R.A.S.— Cr.
1916.

Second son of Joseph Pearce, Esq., of Ipswich, who d.
1878, by Frances Margaret, who d. 1900, elder dau. of
the late Robert Hay ward, Esq., of Bury St. Edmunds ;
i. 1840; m. 1st 1880 Elizabeth, who d. 1910, eldest
dau. of the late Edward Deane, Esq., of Denmark Hill ;
2ndly 1914 Margaret, younger dau. of the Kev.
Richard Brudenell Lawson Exton, of Palmers Green.
Sir Robert Pearce, who was educated at Ipswich
Grammar School, and admitted a Solicitor 1865, is a
Partner in the legal firm of Baylis, Pearce & Co., Soli-
citor to the City Parochial Foundation, Vestry and
Ward Clerk of Cripplegate and Clerk to the Cripple-
gate Charities; sat as, M.P. for the Leek Div. of
Staffordshire 1906-Jan. 1910 and Dee. 1910-1918.—
National Liberal Club, s.w. ; Citi/ Liberal Club, e.c. ;
9, Dnunside Crescent, Hampstead, K.w. ; 116. Fore
Street, E.c.

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE. See S'dqcumbe.

PEARETH-KINCAID-LENNOX, William
George, Esq., of Lennox Castle, and
Kincaid House, Stirlingshire ; of The
Manor House, Thorpe Mandeville, North-
amptonshire ; of Usworth, co. Durham ;
and of The Wood House, Warwickshire.
Eldest son of William Peareth. Esq., J.P., of Usworth,
who d. 1870, by Cecilia, who d. 1914, 2nd dau. of the late
John Lennox Kincaid- Lennox. Esq., of Lennox Castle,
and Kincaid House; b. 1862; m. 1888 Anna Lilly
Frances, eldest dau. of the late Andrew Johnes Rouse-
Boughton-Knight, Esq., of Downton Castle, Hereford-
shire, and has, with another son and 3 daus , * William
Mandeville, Capt. Ai-gyll and Sutherland Highlanders
educated at Eton ; b. 1892 ; ;«. 1916 Eva St. Clair, older
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dau. of Archibald Hamilton Donald, Esq., of Lynedoch
Street, Glasgow, and has a dau.. Heather Veronica.
Mr. Peareth-Kincaid-Lennox, who was educated
at £ton, and as.sumed the additional surnames of
Kincaid-Lennox 1914, was formerly Capt. 4th Batl.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and is a Magis-
trate for Northamptonshire (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1892), and Lord of the Manor of Thorpe
Mandeville.— Lennox Castle, Lcnnoxtomn, Stirling-
shire ; Boodle's Club, s.w.

PEARS, Vice-Adm. Sir Edmund Radclifee,
K.B.E., C.B.— Or. 1919.
Son of Lieut.-Col. Arnold Christian Pears, of Charl-
combe, Bath, who d. 1891, by Anna Maria, who d. 1911,
dau. of the late John Gurney Fry, Esq., of Hale End,
Essex ; b. 1862 ; vi. 1890 Jeanie May hew, dau. of the
late James Henry Innes, Esq., of Vancouver Island.
Sir Edmund Pears, who was educated at Clifton Coll.
and at Dartmouth, is a Vice-Adm. ; served in the
Naval Intelligence Department 1898-1901 and on the
Somali Coasi (Expeditions against the Mullah) 1902-3;
was Commodore of Training Service 1912-14 and Rear-
Adm. in command of a Naval Base I9\i-19.— South-
field House, Chisledon, Wilts.



PEARS, Sir Edwin, Knt., LL.B.— Cr. 1909.

Only surviving son of Robert Pears, Esq., of York, who
d. 1888, by Elizabeth Barnett, who d. 1878 ; b. 1835;
m. 1857 Mary, dau. of the late Capt. John Ritchie
Hall. Sir Edwin Pears, who was called to the Bar at
the Middle Temple 1870, is LL.B. of London Univ.
1869, and the Author of many Historical Works, and
has been President of the European Bar at Constanti-
nople, and Constantinople Correspondent of the ' Daily
News.'— Ti-f/OT-m Club, s.w.

PEARSE. &tfi Kerr-Vearse.

PEARSON, Sir (Cyril) Arthur, Bart., G.B.E.

— Cr. 1916.
Only son of the Rev. Arthur Cyril Pearson, M.A., for-
merly Rector of Springfield with Holy Trinity, Essex,
who d. 1916, by Philippa M.assingberd Maxwell, whorf.
1909, dau. of the late Henry William Maxwell Lyte,
Esq.; *. 1866; m. 1st 1887 (marriage dissolved 1897)
Isobel Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Frederick Bennett, M. A.,
formerly Vicar of Maddington, Wiltshire; 2ndly 1897
Ethel, 3rd dau. of the late William John Eraser, Esq.,
of Heme. Kent. Sir Arthur Pearson, who was edu-
cated at Winchester, was for 4 years Manager of the
Staff of Sir George Newnes ; founded many popular
periodicals, and was before failure of eyesight
proprietor of various newspapers in London and the
provinces; is Chairman of C. Arthur Pearson Ltd.,
which business he started ; President of the National
Institute for the Blind and of the Fresh Air Fund, and
Vice-President of the Tariff Reform League ; worked
at raising the National Relief Fund 1914 and later
organized arrangements at St. Dunstan's for the wel-
fare of soldiers and sailors blinded in the war. — Bath
Club, w. ; 16, Devonshire Street, w.

Heir, his son NcTJUe Arthur, educated at Eton ; b. 1898.

PEARSON, Emii.y Frances Mary, Lady.

Second dau. of the late Gen. George William Key,
Col. loth Hussars; m. 1874 Adm. Sir Hugo Lewis
Pearson, who was a Naval A.D.C. to H.M. Queen Victoria
1892-5, and Commander-in-Chief on the Australian
Station 1898-1901, and at The Nore 1904-7 and who
was>r. K.C.B. 1904 and d. 1912.— The Green, Sutton
Courienay, Berkshire.
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PEARSON, Gen. Sir Alfred Astley, K.C.B .
—1911.

Son of the late Dr. J. T. Pearson ; b. 1850 ; m. 18S(.
Jessie Grace Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late t'"l.
Charles Peter Newport, Bombay Staff Corps. Sir
Alfred Pearson is a Gen. Indian Army and Col.
124th Duchess of Connaught's" Own Baluchistan
Infantry, commanded a 2nd Class Dist. in India 1904-5,
officiated as Adjutant-Gen. in India 1904, commandid
the Quetta Div. 1905-6, was Inspector-Gen. of Vols,
in India 1906-8, and in command of the 3rd (Labor.)
Div., Northern Army, 1908-12; has the Order ni
the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar, 1st Class.

PEARSON, Elizabeth, Lady.

Eldest dau. of Michael Grayhurst Hewat, Esq.,


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